Spectacular performance by Mateata and Vaianui On Friday 4 March the school community held a fundraising event to raise money for the tsunami disaster appeal. After class our school staff and students got together in the cafeteria, 23 Princes Street. The fundraiser included a goodies sale, raffle tickets, dancing and an egg throwing competition. Everyone
Congratulations to our 92 Cambridge exam students for December 2004. Overall, the Languages International pass rate of 84% was higher than the average of 78% for all other schools in Auckland. Our pass rate for FCE was 86%, for CAE was 81% and for CPE was 88%. The Cambridge exams are amongst the most highly-
Over the last four weeks 10 students have been attending our intermediate English for Business class with teacher Belinda Stuchbery. This course contains many skills for the workplace including: practicing the job interview process, learning presentation skills with a mock business presentation, discussing company structures and using English in business situations.The students particularly enjoyed the
Hello, I’m Lucy. I decided to come to New Zealand to study English as a first step to a postgraduate degree. It took me a while to do some research on New Zealand schools to find the one that would suit my circumstances best. Finally, I made a decision to enrol at Languages International School
Alison & Barrie Ross (centre), with students who studied at Languages International Several students who studied at Languages International as long as 10 years ago joined a special reunion earlier this year in Switzerland. They had a barbeque to welcome Alison and Barrie Ross, who have been hosting Languages International students for over 20 years.
Congratulations to our Cambridge exam students for June. 45 students sat FCE, CAE or CPE exams. 40 out of 45 passed their first choice exam. 2 of the students who failed their first choice passed a lower level exam, so 42 out of 45 students left us with a Cambridge qualification.We are particularly pleased that
As part of our commitment to improving the learning environment at Languages International, Sally Logan (our Learning Centre Manager and part of the Teacher Training team) recently attended the ‘Autonomy and Language Learning: Maintaining Control’ Conference.Held in Hong Kong and Hangzhou, China, the event focused on: * Autonomy in the curriculum * The experience of
Our current TESOL Certificate course has proved to be very popular with students from all around the world.We are running two groups in July and there is a very good mix of people from many different countries: China, Czech Republic, Germany, Japan, Korean, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Tahiti.Dana Cablova is the first Czech English teacher
We are very pleased that our Cambridge exam results are good and getting better.The December CPE results were particularly impressive: 8 out of 16 students achieved an ’A’ grade. December 2003 Pass RatesFCE 88%CAE 80%CPE 100%Overall 86%March 2004 Pass RatesFCE 85%CAE 100%Overall 89% Congratulations to all the students and their teachers.
Languages International launched its new look website in May 2004. We hope you enjoy the added features, such as video clips from students and the extra detail and photos about the school. All of the photos you see on the site have been taken by us featuring our own students.Some new features to the website